1.5 cu. ft. (1 record storage box) (1 document box)
This accession consists of records that document programs, acquisitions, funding, and exhibitions at the Renwick Gallery. People represented in the collection include
Kenneth R. Trap, Curator-in-Charge, 1995-2003; Michael Munroe, Curator-in-Charge, 1986-1995; and Jane Milosch, curator, 2004-2009. Materials include correspondence, memoranda,
exhibition proposals, acquisition records, brochures, and other related records.
Restricted for 15 years, until Jan-01-2025; Transferring office; 06/04/2014 memorandum, Toda to Robinson; Contact reference staff for details.
This accession consists of records documenting the activities of the Renwick Gallery during the tenures of Lloyd E. Herman, Director, 1971-1986; Michael W. Monroe,
Curator-in-Charge, 1986-1995; and Kenneth R. Trapp, Curator-in-Charge, 1995-2003. Topics covered include art organizations; craft fairs and craft schools; correspondence with
museums within and outside of the United States and with artists; the museum shop; exhibitions; repair and renovation of the Renwick Gallery building; special events; and
Exhibitions documented include: The Object As Poet; Craft Multiples; Americas: The Decorative Arts in Latin America in the Era of the Revolution; Costumes
from Arab World; The Decorative Designs of Frank Lloyd Wright; Design Is. . .; The Grand Renwick Souvenir Show; Ryijy Rugs from Finland: 200 Years
of a Textile Art; Irena Brynner: Jewelry Since 1950; A Feast of Color: Corpus Christi Dance Costumes from Ecuador; Grass; Arne Jacobsen: Danish
Architect and Designer; An Interior Decorated: Joyce Kozloff; The Designs of Raymond Loewy; Glass by Dale Chihuly: The Cylinder and Basket Series;
Signs of Life: Symbols in the American City; Ronald Pearson: Silver and Gold; Bo'Jou Neefee! Profiles of Canadian Indian Art; French Folk Art;
Figure and Fantasy; A Modern Consciousness: D. J. DePree and Florence Knoll; New Stained Glass; Belgian Lace; Man Made Mobile: The Western Saddle;
Contemporary Textile Art from Austria; The New Fabric Surface: Printed, Painted, and Dyed; 200 Years of Royal Copenhagen Porcelain; Boxes and Bowls:
Decorated Containers by the 19th Century Haida, Tlingit, and Tsimshian Indian Artists; Contemporary Nigerian Art: Craftsmen from Oshogbo; Painted Weavings by
Lia Cook and Neda Alhilali; Twills With Titles: H. Theodore Hallman, Weaver Kenneth G. Mills, Poet; Skoogfors, 20th Century Goldsmith; The Woven and Graphic
Art of Anni Albers; Material Evidence: New Color Techniques in Handmade Furniture; Masterworks of Louis Comfort Tiffany; Bound to Vary: Billy Budd, Sailor;
The Boat Show: Fantastic Vessels, Fictional Voyages; Treasures from the Land, Twelve New Zealand Craftsmen and their Native Materials; Harvey K. Littleton
Retrospective Exhibition; Celebration: A World of Art and Ritual; Dan Dailey: Glass, 1972-1987; Material Evidence: New Color Techniques in Handmade Furniture;
Lost and Found Traditions: Native American Art 1965-1985; Clay Revisions: Plate, Cup, Vase; American Art Pottery; Stephen de Staebler: The Figure;
The Goldsmith; Chicago Furniture; The Tibetan Yak in Art and Craft; Contemporary Australian Ceramics; Edward Colonna; Scandinavian Modern
1880-1980; The Animal Image: Contemporary Objects and the Beast; William Harper: Recent Works in Enamel; Georg Jensen, Silversmithy: 77 Artists, 75 Years;
The Harmonious Craft: American Musical Instruments; Cynthia Schira: New Work; Lafayette Square, 1963-1983: Architecture, Preservation, and the Presidency;
Quilts from the Indiana Amish; Russia: The Land, The People, 1840-1910; Frank Lloyd Wright and the Johnson Wax Building: Creating a Corporate Cathedral;
Fanfare: Fans from the 18th Century - 20th Century, Parts I, II, III; Architecture in Silver; The Art of Turned Wood Bowls; The Flexible Medium: Art
Fabric from the Museum's Collection; Threads: Seven American Artists and Their Miniature Textile Pictures; Paint on Wood: Decorated American Furniture Since
the 17th Century; Venini Glass; American Art Deco; New Glass; American Porcelain: New Expressions in an Ancient Art; Good as Gold: Alternative
Materials in American Jewelry; Newcomb Pottery; Clay for Walls; Russel Wright: American Designer; and A Century of Ceramics in the U.S., 1878-1978.
Some of these materials date from the time when the Smithsonian American Art Museum was known as the National Collection of Fine Arts and the National Museum of American
Art. Materials include correspondence, memoranda, trip reports, brochures, staff meeting notes, artists' surveys, images, exhibition catalogs, checklists, postcards, invitations,
brochures, exhibition labels, research materials, architectural drawings, floor plans, and clippings.
This accession consists of the general correspondence documenting the activities of the Renwick Gallery during the tenure of Kenneth R. Trapp, Curator-in-Charge, 1995-2003.
Materials include correspondence and memoranda.
This accession consists of repair and renovation records related to the renovation of the Grand Salon at the Renwick Gallery in 2000. Materials include correspondence,
memoranda, object lists, meeting minutes, floor plans, building inspection reports, specifications, construction schedules, and architectural drawings.
This accession consists of records documenting the administration of the James Renwick Fellowship and the Frost Prize programs at the Renwick Gallery. Materials include
applications, reviews, correspondence and reports.
This accession consists of the general correspondence documenting the activities of the Renwick Gallery during the tenures of Lloyd E. Herman, Director, 1971-1986;
Michael W. Monroe, Curator-in-Charge, 1986-1995; and Kenneth R. Trapp, Curator-in-Charge, 1995-2003; and Robyn Kennedy, 2004- , Chief. Materials include correspondence, memoranda,
images, and clippings.
Restricted for 15 years, until Jan-01-2028; Transferring office; 04/26/2010 memorandum, Toda to Robinson; Contact reference staff for details.
This accession consists of records related to the research and planning of exhibitions at the Renwick Gallery. The majority of the records document the research of
Kenneth R. Trapp, Curator-in-Charge for the proposed exhibition, Silver on the High Seas: United States Navy Presentation Silver Services which was to open in fall
2004. Also included are research materials created and maintained by Trapp in regards to proposed exhibitions on china painting and knives as art, as well as installation
images for Clay Revisions: Plate, Cup, Vase and Lost and Found Traditions: Native American Art 1965-1985. Lastly there are some general exhibition records which
are primarily research related. Materials include correspondence; memoranda; checklists; reports; bibliographies; notes; articles; brochures; magazines; black-and-white photographs,
negatives, and slides; color photographs, negatives, and slides; and clippings. Some materials are in electronic format.